David Fairnie, Jim Yarbrough & Michael Yarwood | 15 May 2020
Join us for an essential discussion to find out how supply chains are managing their operations amidst the COVID-19 lockdowns and travel restrictions. As we deploy temporary measures and digital workarounds, these potentially expose companies to new forms of supply chain risks. While we continue to battle against the outbreak, organizations must now prepare and deploy strategies for Post-COVID operations in the event of a possible second or third wave and into what will be a fundamentally different workplace model.
In this webinar, industry experts from TAPA, BSI and TT Club will share key findings from recent reports, emerging risks, changes in consumer behaviours and mitigation strategies to ensure that organizations remain secure and resilient.
What you will learn:
- Impact of COVID-19 on the supply chains, logistics and the transportation landscape
- Digital workarounds and evaluate efficiency of temporary measures
- Key results and analysis on BSI 2020 Q1 Report and the emerging risks
- Effective Business Continuity & Recovery Planning (BCRP) to prevent second or third wave of COVID-19
- Transitioning back to normal and what are the “New Norms”
- 0:06:34 – 26% of all cargo thefts incidences in 2019 are hijacking, 20% are theft from vehicle and 16% theft of vehicles.
- 0:10:14 – Due to COVID-19, more food and beverages cargo are being targeted in Europe.
- 0:23:44 – Organizations find different operating modalities to get products into the market, but they often discount the risks involved in a different type of transportation mode.
- 0:31:52 – It is paramount that assessment are undertaken and management controls are in place to prevent cargo theft.
- 0:39:01 – Inevitable disruptions for supply chains from possible second or third wave. Resilience and BCRP are the necessary for post-COVID.
- 0:48:30 – Supply chains are shifting, being regionalized and digitalized. “New norms” will bring about new risks to businesses.
- 1:01:44 – Temporary workarounds should be returned to good practices after restrictions are eased.
About the Speakers
Principal Consultant, Supply Chain Security and Risk Management at EMEA BSI Group
David Fairnie is a senior security executive with over 15 years of international experience across multiple specialist sectors, including Risk Management, Corporate Security, Supply Chain Security, Critical Infrastructure Protection, and Business Development. David has helped public and private sector organizations to manage and mitigate their exposure to risk through effectively transferring in-depth subject matter knowledge empowering professionals to manage risk, creating measurable, scalable and sustainable solutions, and embracing industry standards and best practices.
Global Intelligence Program Manager at BSI Group
Jim Yarbrough leads BSI’s team of supply chain security analysts and assesses the potential threat of terrorism and cargo disruption to countries and businesses worldwide. Jim provides international cargo threat information and analysis to governments around the world and to a number of Fortune 500 companies. These assessments are integral to the Global Risk Analysis & Data Evaluation (GRADE) tool that BSI provides to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
Managing Director Loss Prevention Through Transport Mutual Services (UK) Limited of TT Club
Following 13 years in operational management roles in the logistics sector, in 2010 Mike joined TT Club in a joint claims and loss prevention role and currently holds the position of Managing Director Loss Prevention based in London, UK. Mike is a Chartered Member of the Institute of Logistics and Transport, a Specialist Member of the Institute of Risk Management and a Member of the Chartered Insurance Institute. Mike holds a National CPC and is a former Dangerous Goods Safety Advisor. He sits on the ICHCA International Expert Panel and is an active member of a number of global industry associations.
About BSI Group
British Standards Institution (BSI) Group, is the national standards body of the United Kingdom. BSI produces technical standards on a wide range of products and services and also supplies certification and standards-related services to businesses in 193 countries worldwide.
About TT Club
TT Club is the leading provider of insurance and related risk management services to the international transport and logistics industry. From the world’s largest logistics companies to individual transport operators, TT Club provide quality tailor-made cover for over 1,100 transport and logistic clients.